6 Bright Ideas to do Better if You’re Representing Yourself in Family Court

Acting for yourself in family court? Check out 6 smart ways every self-rep can be more effective.

Revised Users Guide for the Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines

It's been more than 6 years since the "New and Improved User's Guide". Check here for the 2016 Revised User's Guide.

11 Tips for Dad to make the first overnight visit go well (Pt. 2)

The time has arrived for the kids’ first overnight access with you. They may be excited and looking forward to it, or nervous and reluctant to go. You may be anxious about it too. Here are some tips to help you ensure the visit goes well for the kids – and for you.

11 Tips for Mom to make the first overnight visit work well (Pt. 1)

It's time for the kids' first overnight with Dad. They may be excited or nervous. They may be looking forward to it or be unhappy about it. You may be apprehensive. Here are some Tips to help make the experience go better and you feel easier. They'll certainly make the visit a positive one for the kids.

Preparing family law documents to get the results you want

Yogi Berra, the great New York Yankee catcher gave some terrific advice for preparing family law documents:  “If you don't know where you are going, you'll end up someplace else.”

7 great rules for bringing friends to court

A piece of advice often given to clients and people acting for themselves is to bring a family member or friend to court so that you’ll have your own “support group” present. That’s good advice, but be careful how you use it.

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